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Varley, Karine; Smith, Paul, ed. (2005) National identity, local memory and the "cult" of belfort in franco-prussian war commemorations, 1870-1914. In: Irreconcilable differences? Centre, periphery and the space between in French history. Nottingham French Studies, 44 . University of Nottingham, GBR, pp. 38-50. ISBN 0853581339

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